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Cebu Pacific receives 10th a321 Neo

Image courtesy of Cebu Pacific

On the 2nd of April 2022, Cebu Pacific took delivery of their 10th A321neo from Airbus' aircraft facility in Hamburg. This is aligned with Cebu's push toward becoming a more sustainable and environmentally friendly airline.

The newest addition to the fleet, the A321neo, is Cebu's 18th eco-friendly aircraft. The aircraft generates close to half the noise of its predecessor all while burning about 20% less fuel.

The newest A321neo joins a young fleet that includes the A330neo, dubbed the greenest aircraft in Asia because its 459-seat availability allows more travelers to be carried in a single flight, resulting in the lowest carbon footprint per passenger per kilometer.

Alex Reyes, Chief Strategy Officer at Cebu Pacific has stated that “Our shift to the more fuel-efficient NEO engine aircraft not only supports our sustainability strategy, but also enables us to continue offering our trademark low fares for everyone.”

Reyes also added that “The arrival is timely because we see positive developments indicating recovery. We are continuously ramping up our domestic network and are preparing for more international destinations to ease restrictions for leisure travelers.”

Image courtesy of Cebu Pacific

The cabin which has been designed by Recaro is themed to match the colors of the airline’s hometown, Cebu, with yellow and sky-blue details all around the cabin.

Image courtesy of Cebu Pacific

Each seat comes equipped with an A/C compatible USB port allowing passengers to recharge their devices onboard.

To date, Cebu’s fleet comprises of 22 A320ceo, six (6) A320neo, seven (7) A321ceo, 10 A321neo, six (6) A330ceo, two (2) A330neo, 14 ATR 72-600, six (6) ATR 72-500 and 2 ATR Freighters.

Cebu's newest A321neo aircraft is set to enter into service within this month to fly to various Philippine destinations across Cebu's widest domestic network of 34 destinations.


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